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DP3-05-2019 Costello Drive An application for a Class III Development Permit has been received for vacant lands located at the end of Costello Drive.  The property is designated Health Campus in the Development Permit By-law.  The intent of the application is to add a site specific use of an Aging in Place Retirement Community.  Please see this NOTICE for further information.  Comments can be made at this link until June 3, 2019.  This item will be before the Committee of the Whole on June 11, 2019.
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Notice of Passing of Interim Control Bylaw Notice of Passing Interim Control By-law 51-2019 TAKE NOTICE that the Council of the Town of Carleton Place passed By-law No. 51-2019 on the 14th day of May 2019, under Section 38 of the Planning Act, R.S.O., 1990, as amended. AND TAKE NOTICE that Interim Control By-law 2019-01 will be in effect for a period of one year from the date of passing, lapsing May 14th, 2020, but may be extended by Council for an additional one-year period in accordance with Section 38 of the Planning Act, or repealed by Council at an earlier date. PURPOSE AND EFFECT The Interim Control By-law will, for a period
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55+ Survey The Town of Carleton Place is looking to open a new Seniors’ Centre in the Old Train Station on Coleman Street this fall and we are seeking input in regards to seniors’ programming and wellness ideas. Seniors’ wellness encompasses physical health – fitness and nutrition, education and classes, mental health and socializing with peers –open drop in times, card games and dining programs. Please take a few minutes to answer our survey so that we can get a sense of what programs you have done in the past, what you would like to see in future programming and what kind of programming
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Decorative Streetlighting Residents may have noticed a portion of the decorative streetlights on Bridge Street from Lake Ave to Albert St have been out of service recently.  The Public Works Department has been working with our electrical contractor to repair the issue.  The source of the issue has been located under the sidewalk and requires us to remove a portion of the sidewalk.  Public Works is optimistic the lights will be functioning sometime this week depending on the weather.
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Other News
Victoria Day Waste Collection
Gilles and Mill Street Bridges Reopen
Ambassador Pedro Verges Ciman of the Dominican Republic Visits Carleton Place
Proposed Telecommunications Tower Will Find New Location
Bare Root Tree Presentation
Health Unit - Potential Exposure to Rabies
Emergency Preparedness Week
LPAT Ruling - 50 Allan St
Flood Info
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